Gates Foundation Behind Zika
In a recent article we pointed out how the recent outbreak of the Zika virus in Brazil was linked to a company called Oxitec, which is funded by the eugenicist Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that is openly obsessed with depopulation. Oxitec released genetically modified Aedes mosquitoes in Brazil and Florida in 2011. Aedes mosquitoes are the same type of mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus which causes a rare birth defect called Microcephaly. There has been 4,000 cases of Microcephaly in Brazil since 2011 in contrast to the handful of cases normally seen. Zika virus which is normally a fairly rare virus is now exploding in Brazil and recently it came out that there are now 12 confirmed cases in Florida as well. Why is the mainstream media not putting this together?
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation dumps huge amounts of money into vaccine research under the guise of philanthropy. Now as mainstream news talks about everyone scurrying to develop a new vaccine, is there any doubt in our minds who will offer one to us?
Oxitec has now made an announcement about their plans to fight the Zika virus with you gessed it, more genetically modified mosquitoes. This time fhe mosquitoes actually glow for good measure.
There is no telling what kind of horrors this new wave of GM mosquitoes will unleash on the world. What should be certain is who is behind this and who stands to gain from it. With genetically modified mosquitoes spreading disease and calls for vaccines and more genetically modified mosquitoes to fix the problem, the man who deals in genetically modified mosquitoes and vaccines certainly stands to get much more wealthy and take a chunk out of world population to boot.
In 2009 Bill Gates released mosquitoes into an audience from a jar he was holding and said
“Not only poor people should experience this”
At the time it was seen as a bizarre war to get an audiences attention. Was this creepy display Gate’s way of hinting at his plans and laughing in our faces?
UPDATE 9-14-2016: Over 600 cases in Florida. 500 other cases spread across the entire country. No glowing ones yet though. No glowing mosquitoes yet though.